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How do you feel about this space?
I'm willing to work here
About Me:
I love handball and actually I play for a club nearby... I enjoy music, mostly rock. I guess I have a simple kind of life
About project work with students from other countries:
I'm happy to learn about their lifestyles
Are you a student?
at secondary school

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luck or destiny?

This idea began with a conversation between us and I would like to post it so that everyone participate.

This happened when my mum, who now can feel identified whit Ricardo Arjona's song (she probably will kill me because of this :p), was about 21 years old. She had lived in other city before, but when my grandparents moved to Rosario, she had no choice. Anyway, she was still finishing her college studies in the other city, so she had to travel by bus almost every week.

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Posted on May 13, 2008 at 21:35 — 4 Comments

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At 20:58 on March 11, 2008, Rita Zeinstejer said…
Hi, Maria Belen (or you prefer Marito...?)
Welcome to our common cyberspace!
At 21:25 on March 11, 2008, Tati.sk8 said…
Hey maro madness :P
At 15:49 on March 20, 2008, Florencia Sciascia said…
Hi! Nice to meet you! Thanks for your comment, your decoration is very cool too.
I've watched your video and I think it's amazing, congratulations!!!!!!!
At 4:15 on March 22, 2008, Dot said…
Dear Marito

My own country is Scotland but I am working in Kuwait. I will be seeing my students on Sunday and will try to get them to reply to you.
At 22:42 on April 12, 2008, MaRiiTo said…
Answers:

* Yes, but actually these things are basic and they wouldn't help as much as a real emergency supply. They are a kind of light, which works with batteries, a box full of medical supplies, such as alcohol, pills or bandages, and cans with corn or tomatioes, which are ready to eat in anu moment, they stay "fresh" longer than vegetables or fruit in normal conditions
* I guess that water and food enough for keeping you strong are the most needed thing, It is also important to have medication if you suffer form an ilness
At 23:57 on April 12, 2008, MaRiiTo said…
My 72-hour kit

Score: 100%

Vocabulary:
"Our house suffered a great deal of damage due the flood" (mixed up sentences)
b- pack (multiple choice)
murky/ stir-crazy/ poncho/ wait out/ spoil/ substain

Post listening:
WATER FILTER
EASY-TO-COOK FOOD OR CANS
PARCEL TAPE
HACKSAW
RADIO
BINOCULARS
NAIL CLIPPER
TENT
SLEEPING BAG
TOOTHBRUSH
BOBBLE HAT AND COATS
GLOVES
HIKING BOOTS
FIRE EXTINGUISHER
RUCKSACK
SOCKS
CARDS
PAPER AND PENCIL
SMALL FRIDGE
SMALL COOKER
At 14:25 on April 13, 2008, Dennis Oliver said…
Hi, Mari.

I was happy to receive your message. It's really nice to meet you, too!

I think this Ning project can be a very good way to meet and communicate with people from other countries. I hope you find it useful.

I enjoyed taking a look at your Ning page, by the way. I especially liked your video. It was a nice mash-up of music and photos. Good job!

Best wishes from Arizona, U.S.A.

Dennis in Phoenix
At 12:36 on April 14, 2008, Rita Zeinstejer said…
Great work, Marito! Congratulations on your efforts and on your interest, shown both in your beautiful blog page and in class!
At 0:42 on April 25, 2008, Analia Dobboletta said…
Kudos to you on your wonderful work! It's so comforting to see how much you are growing. Keep up with your excellent job - it does show you're enjoying every single bit of it!
At 12:22 on April 28, 2008, Gloomy said…
Hi, Mariito! ^^ Finally, I took a few minutes to start my blog, I'm too lazy xD. Well, c ya tomorrow! XOXO

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